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  • J aquizzi Chapter 10 21 Sep ‘10
  • Debdas Mukherjee Era
    • “ I used to walk down the street like I was a fucking star… I want people to walk around delusional about how great they can be - and then to fight so hard for it every day that the lie becomes the truth.”
    • - _____ _____
    • Lady Gaga
    • "The question is: is the way the universe began chosen by God for reasons we can't understand, or was it determined by a law of science? I believe the second.“
    • - _____ _____
    • Stephen Hawking
    • The Grand Design
    • I was a French-born explorer and mapper.
    • One of my voyages resulted in discovering the "salted sea", Hudson Bay
    • My exploration in 1668 led to the formation of the Hudson's Bay Company.
    • A big hotel chain named themselves after my name
    • Who am I?
    • Pierre-Esprit Radisson
  • Name the famous owner of this theater?
    • The Old Globe theater owned by The Lord Chamberlain's Men a playing company of Shakespeare
  • Name this type of sunglasses and spectacles.
    • Teashades glasses
    • Gandhi
    • Lennon
    • Jobs
    • With a standard width of 1 7⁄8 inches, X was originally developed during World War II in 1942 as a water resistant for ammunition cases.
    • Later, NASA engineers and astronauts have used X in the course of their work, including in some emergency situations. X was also used to repair Apollo 13's failed carbon dioxide filters and Apollo 17’s damaged fender on the lunar rover, on the Moon.
    • In military circles, its variant is known as "gun __", typically olive-green, and is also known for its resistance to oils and greases. It is also called “X", "riggers' __", "hurricane ___", or "100-mph ___"
    • Identify X.
    • ___ is 2 nd word in X
    • Duct Tape
    • The name and concept of X came about in 1883, when a printer in Cheyenne, Wyoming ran out of regular paper and used X instead.
    • Its variants are also called Golden ___ , Rainbow ____ , Silver ___ .
    • Identify X
    • ___ 2 nd word in X
    • Yellow Pages
    • After the Chinese and Babylonians invent a type of X in 3000 BC…
    • In around 600 AD, the Greeks and Romans had organised guilds called “benevolent societies” which cared for the families and paid funeral expenses of members upon death. In the dark and middle ages, wealthier guilds had large coffers or reserves that acted as a kind of X fund; money from the coffers could be used to rebuild the burned down house of a guild member, or to support the family of a suddenly disabled or killed member.
    • Later, in the late 1660’s, the London coffee shop of Edward Lloyd revived the concept of X.
    • What is X?
    • Insurance
    • The first known reference to the name X was by the inventor of petroleum jelly, Robert Chesebrough in his U.S. patent for the process of making petroleum jelly (U.S. Patent 127,568) in 1872.
    • "I, Robert Chesebrough, have invented a new and useful product from petroleum which I have named X…".
    • The word is believed to come from German Wasser (water) + Greek έλαιον (oil) + scientific-pronounment.
    • What is X?
    • Vaseline
  • Identify the brand.
  • Devdas Era
    • Name derived form a DOG
    • Mum was the first brand of commercial X.
    • Containing a zinc compound as its active ingredient, it was developed and patented by an inventor in Philadelphia in 1888 whose name has been lost to history.
    • It was named for the term "mum" meaning 'to keep silent' (figuratively speaking). It was originally sold as a cream in a jar and applied with the fingertips. The small company was bought by Bristol-Myers in 1931 and in the late 1940s, an employee by the name of Helen Diserens decided to develop an applicator based on the newly invented ball-point pen.
    • What is X?
    • Deodorant
    • Samsonite
    • Beginning in 1961, Samsonite manufactured and distributed Lego building toys for the North American market under license from the Danish parent firm.
    • It is named after "Samson", after the Biblical strongman, and began using the trademark Samsonite in 1941.
    • Richard Branson – brand ambassador
    • X is the American engineer and inventor of the noise reduction system known as X NR. He was also a co-inventor of video tape recording while at Ampex.
    • After Cambridge, X acted as a technical advisor to the United Nations in India, until 1965, when he returned to England, where he founded X Laboratories. In that same year, 1965, he officially invented the X Sound System, although his first U.S. patent was not filed until 1969, four years later.
    • X is a fellow and past president of the Audio Engineering Society. X is a member of the Forbes 400 with an estimated net worth of $2.9 billion in 2008.
    • Who is X?
    • Ray Dolby
  • Name the composer or the character that appears next.
    • John Williams Ralph Wiggum
    • Alan Greenspan said about X (born in 18 th century) , "it was left to X to identify the more-general set of principles that brought conceptual clarity to the seeming chaos of market transactions".
    • He in 1759 wrote the book “The Theory of Moral Sentiments” which was followed by a much more famous book in 1766.
    • He wrote,
    • An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the ______ ____ _______
    • Adam Smith
    • Wealth of Nations
  • Identify the two gentlemen in the middle
    • Narayan Murthy and Nandan Nilekani
    • Persons enrolling for the courses sign a non-disclosure agreement with an undertaking not to teach the learned techniques (including X) to other people without "personal training from Sri Sri Ravi Shankar and the Art of Living Foundation"
    • X is a Sanskrit word translated as “Right Vision Purifying Action”
    • What is X?
    • Sudarshan Kriya
    • Nokia
    • Logo 1865
    • Nokia tied up with TATA for new rural services for larger spread of their Ovi Life Tools
    • The 2 hands in Connecting People idea came from “The Creation of Adam” by Michelangelo
  • Name the company or the sculpture.
    • Cadillac Ranch is a public art installation and sculpture in Texas, U.S.
    • It consists of what were (when originally installed during 1974) either older running used or junk Cadillac automobiles, representing a number of evolutions of the car line from 1949 to 1963.
  • Dev-D Era
  • Contributed to which company?
    • Malayala Manorama
    • K. M. Mathew (January 2, 1917 – August 1, 2010) was a former Editor in Chief of leading Malayalam daily Malayala Manorama. He joined the newspaper as Managing Editor in 1954 and went on to become Editor in chief in 1973.
    • Annamma Mathew (March 22, 1922 – July 10, 2003) was the founder Chief Editor of Vanitha, the largest selling women's magazine in India, and wife of K. M. Mathew, Chief Editor of Malayala Manorama.
  • Connect
    • Marie Tussaud
    • Akshay Kumar – rejected to be waxed
    • Merlin Entertainments Group Ltd – a Blackstone company owns Madame Tassauds - is a British operator of amusement parks and other attractions. It is the largest such company in Europe, and the globally the second largest after Walt Disney Parks and Resorts.
  • Name the advertiser.
    • Oliviero Toscani racism campaign
  • Who is the advertiser?
  • What was inspired by this song?
    • MGM Lion mascot
    • The song is said have inspired Howard Dietz of the Columbia College Class of 1917, who was MGM's director of publicity, to persuade the film company to adopt a lion as its mascot.
    • Roar, Lion, Roar is the fight song for the Columbia Lions. It was originally titled "Bold Buccaneers" and written with different lyrics for the 1923 Varsity Show Half Moon Inn by Columbia undergraduates Corey Ford and Roy Webb.
  • On whom is this Indian War Comics issue based on?
    • Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan
  • Why is this song “Mother of all MP3”?
    • "Tom's Diner" was also used by Karlheinz Brandenburg to develop the audio compression scheme known as MP3 at what is now the Fraunhofer Society.
    • Song:
    • Tom's Diner is an a cappella pop song written in 1981 by American singer-songwriter Suzanne Vega
  • Identify the audio…
  • Gran Vals – Francisco Tarrega
  • Music and lyrics by?
    • Gulzar
  • Avinash Maurya Thank u !!